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Friday, 12 January 2018

BIAFRA: THE INABILITY OF THE NIGERIAN JUDICIARY TO GIVE NNAMDI KANU AND IPOB DESERVED JUSTICE IS AN INVITATION TO CRISIS IN WEST AFRICA

BIAFRA: THE INABILITY OF THE NIGERIAN JUDICIARY TO GIVE NNAMDI KANU AND IPOB DESERVED JUSTICE IS AN INVITATION TO CRISIS IN WEST AFRICA

By Mazi Onyebuchi Eze
For Family Writers Press

The Nigerian judiciary under the leadership of Hon Justice Walter Samuel Nkanu Onnoghen, the Chief Justice of Nigeria has practically shown the world that it has no power to give Mazi Nnamdi Kanu and his people, the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) the deserved justice. When a people of over 80 Million population such as the people of Biafra peacefully seek justice in a supposed democratic society like everyone believes it is obtainable in Nigeria and the judiciary of the land denies the people the deserved justice, then it has become a clear call for crisis in West Africa sub-region. It could be recalled that recently, the Biafran women openly demanded that John Nnia Nwodo, his "Ohaneze Ndi Igbo", South East governors and other politicians who have hand in unleashing "Operate Python Dance" against Nnamdi Kanu and Biafran youths should show them where they kept Mazi Nnamdi Kanu whether dead or alive during the political gathering codenamed "HAND SHAKE ACROSS THE NIGER".

Upon the demand for the release of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu from the Nigerian military captivity by the Biafran women on Thursday January 11, 2018 and the inherent danger in the days to come due to the refusal of the Nigerian Army to release Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, I hereby call on the Nigerian Judicial Council to advise Justice Binta Nyako, Hon Justice Abdul Kafarati and any other Judge in the Nigerian Federal High Courts handling any case related to IPOB and Mazi Nnamdi Kanu to dispense justice accordingly or better hands off the case completely because the world has waited long enough for them to do what is expected but to no avail. The body language of the Judges in the  judiciary towards the case involving the Nigerian government and Mazi Nnamdi Kanu & others where the agitators are standing trial on treasonable felony due to call for Biafra referendum is breeding impunity and oppression of humanity and clearing calling on Biafrans  to take laws into their hands by going violent.

The body language of Hon Justice Abdul Kafarati in particular, the Acting Chief Judge of the Nigerian Federal High Court over the case instituted before his court by the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) for being designated as a terrorist organisation without any fair hearing by the Nigerian government is already reaching to a dangerous crescendo. This is because, if it did not take Justice Abdul Kafarati up to 24 hours to grant a black market order in his obscure chamber to the Attorney General of Nigeria to designate and gazette IPOB as a terrorist organization in the Nigerian federation, why then is it taking such a lengthy time to set aside the obnoxious black market order in the court since  both counsel to IPOB and Nigerian government have argued the case and it is obvious to the world that there is no basis for any reasonable government in the world to designate IPOB, an indigenous people who have no record of security threat, crime or any form of lawlessness except a legitimate and peaceful call for Self-determination, as a terrorist organisation. Hon Justice Abdul Kafarati has spent nearly 35 years as a legal practitioner, why is he allowing this open case of executive lawlessness of Nigeria government to dent his judicial record built over the years?

As it has become obvious that since after Hon Justice Adeniyi Ademola, the only incorruptible Judge in Nigeria whose court verdict was treated with contempt by the Nigerian government, no other Judge in the Nigerian Federal High Court wants to give any verdict that is not favourable to the Nigerian government. This means that the Nigerian judiciary is openly telling the people of Biafra to go for extra-judicial self help in seeking redress against the State sponsored oppression being meted on Biafrans  by the Nigerian government due to their insistence on Biafra restoration. Should the over 80 Million people of Biafra worldwide under the Supreme command of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu resort to extra-judicial self help over their demand for the release of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu who has been held incommunicado by the Nigerian Army since September 14, 2017? It will be a dangerous hurricane in West Africa which will blow no good to anybody in West Africa. Therefore, it is now in the hands of the Nigerian judiciary to save the deteriorating situation in West Africa by compelling the Nigerian government and its army to release  Mazi Nnamdi Kanu to continue to enjoy the bail granted him by a court of competent jurisdiction. Biafrans have endured the disappearance of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu for too long and are presently loosing grip on their patience and that was why the Biafran women nearly went into a revolution during the "Hand Shake Across the Niger" political gathering in Enugu. If the Nigerian judiciary fails to make amend on their delay of justice against IPOB, soon there may be no nation called Nigeria to practice judiciary upon her constitution.

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